Drawing

Juanita Yoder

"Drawing I"

4-Week Course • 2pm - 3pm/Tuesday & Thursday

Summer I session

7 Virtual Zoom Lessons

To draw is to see! This class will introduce and sharpen drawing skills. We'll cover a variety of line and shading techniques, one and two point perspective, compositional tools, drawing from still-life, nature, and much more. Slide images of historic and contemporary drawings will be included to inspire. So line up your pencils and sharpen your skills while having some fun in this online LIVE class.

 

You will receive a list of supplies you will need prior to the first class.

Cost: $140/pp

SUMMER I SESSION REGISTER HERE

"Drawing II"

4-Week Course • 2pm - 3pm/Tuesday & Thursday

Summer II session

8 Virtual Zoom Lessons

A continuation of Drawing I session.  Slide images of historic and contemporary drawings will be included to inspire. So line up your pencils and sharpen your skills while having some fun in this online LIVE class.

Cost: $160/pp

SUMMER II SESSION REGISTER HERE

About the guest artist instructor:

 

Juanita Yoder

 

For two decades, artist Juanita Yoder has painted large scale installations on silk for liturgical, healthcare, and hospitality environments. Yoder has been commissioned by such notable institutions as Princeton University Chapel, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center in Arizona, and Central Park Hotel in Sighisoara, Romania. She was awarded a BENE Award for Devotional Art for her commission of the fifteen stations of the cross for St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church in Glendale, Arizona. Yoder was honored in 2012 with an Alumni Achievement Award from Christopher Mennonite High School in Lansdale, PA. She is formally trained as a painter with a B.A. in art from Goshen College, Indiana, and an M.A. from Eastern Illinois University where she was awarded a full scholarship and a teaching assistantship.

Yoder holds a teaching certificate from The College of New Jersey which she earned in order to teach high school art at Emily Fisher Charter School, a title one school in Trenton. Yoder was deeply moved by the students and their lives, creativity and artwork. She designed and implemented an entirely new and effective art curriculum tailored to the students which adheres to the New Jersey Core Curriculum Requirements. The artwork filling the hallways of the school was a testament to the creativity overflowing from the students. Students were able to participate in exhibits in local venues, including the Trenton City Museum. Unfortunately, this effective school was closed by the state in June of 2012. (MORE)

 

Visit Juanita on the web: http://www.jykart.com/